At 1:47 p.m. Saturday deputies went to 29150 Campbell Road, Hanoverton, for a report of a domestic dispute called in by the sister of one of the residents. At the home deputies spoke with resident David Bell, who said his grandson Jacob Bell, who stays at the home sometimes, became upset when he refused to break a $100 bill for him. David Bell said his grandson began throwing his belongings outside and then left . The grandson showed back up later while on the phone with his aunt from Florida and became upset during that call and got into another argument with his grandparents and then left. David Bell told deputies he did not want Jacob Bell at the home anymore and the deputies told him to stay off the property. No charges were filed.
– Janice Glover reported an attempted breaking and entering around 9:47 a.m. Saturday. Glover said as she was about to start cooking at the Y-Inn, state Route 7, Rogers, she noticed a piece of plexiglass that was moved from the cellar door to a park bench.
– Rachel Hawk, Rochester Road, East Rochester, reported at 7:17 p.m. Thursday a pickup truck on Summers Road in East Rochester was parked off to the side of the road. Another woman, Hallie Whitman, told a deputy the truck belonged to her son, Nathaniel Mango, who was out of town working. A deputy noted the vehicle was not blocking the roadway, but advised Whitman the truck cannot be parked on the road.
– Michael Gubesgh, Bower Road, Minerva, reported at 8:12 p.m. Thursday a physical altercation he had with his neighbor Jeremy Keener. Gubesgh said Keener threw a beer glass at Gubesgh, which prompted Gubesgh to strike back, and take the fight to the road where Keener reportedly pulled a knife. Keener’s father, Rick, said Keener had keys, not a knife, in his hand, and that Rick would move Jeremy out of the area for the time being.
– Sheriff deputies assisted the Lisbon post of the State Highway Patrol following a domestic dispute reported at 6:48 p.m. Friday on state Route 45 near Stookesberry Road in Lisbon. A man reportedly was trying to get a woman inside his vehicle.
– Jerry Wells, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported at 7:43 p.m. he and his wife, Melissa, are in the process of moving out of his residence when they spotted the owner, Randall Joseph, who has a protection order against Wells.
– A domestic dispute was reported at a Hill Street, Lisbon, home at 8:52 p.m. Thursday. Bobbie Fisher told deputies she argued with her boyfriend, Shawn Ramsey, and they started pushing each other. Both refused to prosecute each other.
– A motorcycle accident was reported at 11:46 a.m. Thursday at a home on McIntosh Road, Wellsville, Deputies found North Star EMS treating Collin Kinsey for injuries. His wife, Janet Kinsey, told deputies her husband has a service dog, which had run from the house and they were out looking for it. Her husband had gone down the driveway on a motorcycle and the front tire slid on wet grass causing the bike to go over a small embankment and into some trees. He was transported to the County Airport and flown by STAT MediEvac to United Presbyterian Medical Center in Pittsburgh.
– Mark Kiretta, no address listed, reported a domestic situation at a home on Opal Drive, Wellsville, at 10:57 p.m. Tuesday. Deputies spoke to Margaret Ann Curtis, who was intoxicated, and told deputies her live-in boyfriend struck her in the face. The boyfriend, Joseph Call, was also intoxicated and claimed she was drinking all afternoon and struck him in the nose. Neither was cooperative and continued to tell deputies “talk to my attorney.” Both were charged with domestic violence.
– Eileen Andric, Adams Road, Lisbon, reported at 9:52 a.m. Monday some funds were deducted from her Home Savings account she did not authorize. There were 23 total charges made were to Shopbob.com and Facebook for a total of $427. Two of the three deliveries from Shopbob.com were canceled, but one was delivered to a Loren Schmidtz, Pierz, Minn. Deputies have attempted to contact her.
– Deputies assisted the Carroll County Sheriff, the Highway Patrol and Minerva police searching at 6:49 p.m. Monday for a man driving a silver F-150, believed to have a stolen yellow ATV in the back. The Hanoverton area was searched, but he was not located, according to Sheriff Ray Stone.